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Thomas Sanderson Balmer

Thomas Sanderson Balmer was among the first cohort of Canadians to enlist in the Great War.

Roy Craig

Roy was responsible for driving wagons of ammo to the front, and injured and dead soldiers to the rear.

William John Portree

“The horses came first but I think my grandfather needed the horses to help him heal from that dreadful war.”

Curtis Frederick Robarts

The first thing that struck me about him was his height - or the lack of it.

John Melody Dever

Like most men of his generation, he spoke little about the war.

James Dudley

He listed his occupation on enlistment as "Civil Servant."

Arnold Davidson

“Here, though, I don't think they have as good a way as the Canucks. It takes two Englishmen to plough where in Canada it only takes one Canadian.”

George Richard Cross

On October 5th, Cross was exposed to the chlorine gas. He's lucky to have survived.

Findlater John Charles Crang

Among the troops was 29-year-old Findlater John Charles Crang, who, before the fighting was over, would become a hero to his brothers-in-arms.

John (Jack) Mitchell

The piece of metal which Jack used as a mirror, stopped a bullet that was destined for his heart.

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